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The Shah Rukh Khan co-owned Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) cruised past the Hyderabad challenge as they registered an emphatic eight-wicket win to advance to their fourth IPL final. The Shreyas Iyer-led side chased the 160-run target put up by the SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) in just 13.4 overs.

After this win, not only did the players along with the management brought up the celebrations, their co-owner, Shah Rukh Khan was also seen taking the field to immerse in the celebrations. As the King of Bollywood took the field to perform a victory lap at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad, in one of the incidents, he accidentally bumped into Suresh Raina and Aakash Chopra during the broadcast. Check the top betting trends on the best betting sites in India and apps.

The former India cricketers, who are part of the commentary panel during the IPL 2024, were giving their views around the game during which Shah Rukh Khan unknowingly interrupted the trio of Raina, Chopra and Parthiv Patel. But what stole everyone’s attention was King Khan’s apology at the moment.

Watch Shah Rukh Khan interrupt the broadcast of Raina, Chopra and Patel:

Shreyas Iyer, Venkatesh Iyer speak volumes on Shah Rukh Khan’s “presence” in KKR

The KKR captain Shreyas Iyer, along with Venkatesh Iyer spoke volumes on Shah Rukh Khan’s presence and involvement with the team in the IPL. The KKR duo, who played a match-winning knock, scoring their respective half-centuries in their eight-wicket win against the SRH, then hailed their co-owner.

“I think it speaks volumes of the man that he is. We’ve always seen him on the screen mesmerizing people with his aura but to not just be an owner of the franchise but to be an elder brother figure for us. He guides us constantly,” Venkatesh Iyer said in a video shared by IPL.

On the other hand, the KKR skipper also hailed SRK’s presence in the team as he said, “His presence itself zest in the team environment and the attitude and approach automatically changes. I think it’s the perception over here (points to the brain) and you see when the boys came on the field and everyone wanted to chip in with their contributions and everyone delivered at the right time.”